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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-20-2006, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
 
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LIST of Dealers of 7th gear performance lubricants

A while back we heard from the rep of 7th gear. Here is a list of the dealers that sell there products:

7th Gear Dealer List
Dealer Name Address City State Zip Code Phone Fax
Ray C's Extreme 1422 Imlay City Rd. Lapeer MI 48446 810.664.9800 810.664.2024
Rosenau Powersports 24732 Ford Rd. Dearborn Hts. MI 48127 313.278.5000 313.278.5119
Marco Island Ski & Watersports 922 Windward Dr. Marco Island FL 34145 941.815.7335 941.394.4007
Maximum Power Sports 50945 Design Ln. Shelby Twp. MI 48315 810.441.1136 586.739.3181
Moto-Man 6700 N. Canton Center Rd. Canton MI 48187 734.454.7575 734.454.7526
Matt Crown Racing 4185 Blood Rd. Metamora MI 48455 810.678.2617 810.678.8761
Yamaha of Louisville 12308 Aiken Rd. #7 Louisville KY 40223 502.254.1188 502.254.1102
Yamaha of Carrollton 2557 US Hwy. 227 Carrollton KY 41008 502.732.8383 502.732.8302
Roseville Powersports 25838 Gratiot Ave. Roseville MI 48066 586.859.2600 586.859.2529
Babbitt's Sport Center 3712 Airline Rd. Muskegon MI 49444 231.737.9241 231.773.5700
K & W Cycles 4090 Auburn Rd. Utica MI 48317 586.731.5959 586.731.0216
Thermosman 193 Highlands Dr. Woodstock GA 30188 703.628.6818
Champion Powersports 9700 Belleville Rd. Belleville MI 48111 734.699.3000 734.697.6673
Recreation Leisure 31506 Grand River Ave. Farmington MI 48336 248.477.0212 248.477.1340
Kensington Motorsports 56605 Pontiac Trail New Hudson MI 48165 248.446.0000 248.446.1299
Cycle Works 1210 E. Lincoln Ave. Goshen IN 46528 574.533.3450 574.533.3450
Sportbike Track Time 5610 State Route 109 Delta OH 43515 888.390.4020 419.710.3855
Bright Powersports 4181 Dix Hwy. Lincoln Park MI 48146 313.382.1220 313.382.1184
Sandusky Motor Parts 190 E. Sanilac Rd. Sandusky MI 48471 810.648.3566 810.648.2990
Cycle & Marine Land 3482 Lapeer Rd. Port Huron MI 48060 810.987.3963 810.987.5848
Nicholsons Enterprises 4405 Jackson Rd.
703.628.6818
Ann Arbor MI 48103 734.769.9815 734.769.9815
A & B Extreme Suzuki 5310 Guernsey St. Belaire OH 43906 740.676.2900 740.676.2880
Millers Yamaha I 20 University Plaza Lemont Furnance PA 15456 724.430.1970 724.430.1979
Millers Yamaha II 5201 Rt. 51 North Belle Vernon PA 15012 724.243.0951 724.243.0955
Tire 2 Tire 9293 East M-36 Whitmore Lake MI 48189 734.449.2758 734.449.2758
Euro Motors 3143 N. State Rd. Davidson MI 48423 810.287.3512 810.653.9685
Wheels USA 1559 N Lapeer Rd. Oxford MI 48371 248.628.5000 248.628.7020
Magnum Powersports 6923 Summerfield Rd. Petersburg MI 49270 734.854.6005 734.854.6551
Thumb Motorsports 6466 Van Dyke Rd. Cass City MI 48726 989.872.4077 989.872.4049


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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-20-2006, 07:21 PM
 
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I dunno I am still not sold on the stuff.

One is the fact that there was 0 information about their full synthetic in their info. Seems like they are definately hiding something there.


Also his info about engine ice was FALSE.
You definately do not have to change engine ice yearly. I got this info directly from the manufacturer.


Also price. For $1 more I will stick with my tried and true Amsoil. It has yet to fail me so far.
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The Engine Ic thing may be FALSE, BUT.. It's good practice.. look at it from a manufactures view.. I HAVE THE BEST PRODUCT AND IT DOES THIS AND YOU DON HAVE TO DO THIS...

Kinda like the superglue guy hanging from the rafters by his helmet..
 
post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-21-2006, 10:10 AM
 
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You don't HAVE to do anything unless it fails. I think he was talking about what they recommend.

From the Engine ICE FAQ on their website:

How often do I need to change it and are there any special requirements?


Most every coolant product will work best when changed somewhat regularly…at minimum, we’d recommend once a year.

For racing applications, we actually recommend twice per year. The cleaner you can keep your cooling system and the fresher you can keep a fluid, the better it will perform.

There are no special requirements for using Engine Ice.

For any coolant and anytime you are changing coolant, we recommend a simple solution of distilled water and white distilled vinegar, both available at your local grocery store.

1. Mix the water/vinegar at 50/50

2. Fill system with the solution

3. Run engine until warm

4. Let cool

5. Drain

6. Run clear water through to rinse out vinegar.

7. Fill with coolant of choice.



This is the same as cleaning your coffee maker. The vinegar is acidic enough to clean out and contaminants and residual coolants, yet it won’t harm your seals and gaskets.

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Euro Motors 3143 N. State Rd. Davidson MI 48423 810.287.3512 810.653.9685


correction, thats Davison, MI....

just being critical...and im bored
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just being critical...and im bored
Dude, you have more toys than me - for chrissakes GO RIDE SOMETHING
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Originally posted by Bluto
You don't HAVE to do anything unless it fails. I think he was talking about what they recommend.

From the Engine ICE FAQ on their website:

How often do I need to change it and are there any special requirements?


Most every coolant product will work best when changed somewhat regularly…at minimum, we’d recommend once a year.

For racing applications, we actually recommend twice per year. The cleaner you can keep your cooling system and the fresher you can keep a fluid, the better it will perform.

There are no special requirements for using Engine Ice.

For any coolant and anytime you are changing coolant, we recommend a simple solution of distilled water and white distilled vinegar, both available at your local grocery store.

1. Mix the water/vinegar at 50/50

2. Fill system with the solution

3. Run engine until warm

4. Let cool

5. Drain

6. Run clear water through to rinse out vinegar.

7. Fill with coolant of choice.



This is the same as cleaning your coffee maker. The vinegar is acidic enough to clean out and contaminants and residual coolants, yet it won’t harm your seals and gaskets.
I think if you urinate in it after a hard friday night of drinking it will clean i out.
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